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    So many choices, we dont like le cellier much unless its improved? Where else would you recommend

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    IMHO there are lots of good places to eat in EPCOT, but I guess it depends on what you are looking for. I would rate the top place as being Bistro de Paris, which is upstairs over the Chefs de France. I also enjoy the buffet served in Germany as well as the food at Marrakesh in Morocco.





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    Well, the food at Chefs de France was really poor for us at the beginning of the year....normally we love it there.

    Rose & Crown did a dish called Sunday Roast which was very tasty indeed Not what we expected when we ordered it but we cleared our plates

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    I like Marrakesh. A bit more adventurous than most of the other restaurants there.

    We're trying Teppan Edo this time round though.

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    We've always liked the San Angel Inn in Mexico!

    Tom (... why yes. I will have a Margarita!)

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    We love the Teppen Edo and usually eat there 2x each trip. It is delicious and fun and if you time it right you can step outside and watch illuminations.


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    If you are looking for a snack try the Tequila bar inside of the Mexican Pavillion. The margaritas are the best and they have a really good bar menu.


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    ROSE & CROWN!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by catrancher, post: 208338
    We've always liked the San Angel Inn in Mexico!

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    And it is fairly romantic if I may add




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    Well, for full service/table service we like Bistro de Paris. The servers, although often college students, are well trained and will air nostalgic about their home in France if you give them a minute to do so.

    We like Marrakesh too, but not quite so much since they removed our favorite dish from the menu. Food is still nice though. Service is usually quite good and of course there is the dancer to keep everything lively. I particularly like that they have authentic mint tea.

    We've enjoyed Germany and Norway in the past, but haven't been back in ages, and with the changes to everything, hesitate to think they are as good as they once were.

    We also have always had nice meals at Rose and Crown. Their bangers are pretty darn good even if they are made in Sarasota! We had a server once explain that although made in the US, they were made to rigorous British standards.

    For counter service we like either a choice from the Tangierine in Morocco or the Boulangerie Patisserie in France.

    Sunshine Season's Food Fair in Future World is a good choice for a variety of items counter service style also.

    The pretzels in Germany, and their brat and kraut can be good too!

    If all else fails and nothing is appealing to you, there is always the option of exiting via the International Gateway and heading right to Beaches and Cream for one of their legendary burgers and a sundae.






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